UNC Prepares To Vaccinate Students On Campus Starting Next Week


UNC is moving up its vaccination timeline for students following increased supply and news that all North Carolinians will become eligible for their shot on April 7. At the UNC Board of Trustees meeting, Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz gave an update on vaccination and testing efforts as the university looks towards full, in-person learning in the fall. (Chapelboro.com)

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UNC Prepares To Vaccinate Students On Campus Starting Next Week


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